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Java Cloud Administration

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12-Dec-2019
2:00 PM GMT - 10:00 PM GMT
£ 998
23-Jan-2020
04:00 AM GMT - 1:00 PM GMT
£ 998
27-Jan-2020
09:00 AM GMT - 5:00 PM GMT
£ 998
3-Feb-2020
3:00 PM GMT - 11:00 PM GMT
£ 998
20-Feb-2020
01:00 AM GMT - 09:00 AM GMT
£ 998
9-Apr-2020
09:00 AM BST - 5:00 PM BST
£ 998
9-Apr-2020
4:00 PM BST - 12:00 AM BST
£ 998
7-May-2020
02:00 AM BST - 10:00 AM BST
£ 998
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Increase the performance and scalability of your organization’s applications and services with the highly reliable Oracle Java Cloud and #1 Java application server.

This course provides an overview of the administrative tasks performed by a Java Cloud and WebLogic Server administrator. You'll also learn to configure Oracle Traffic Director - the high-performance and multitenant-aware load-balancer for all application traffic.

Learn how to:

  • Configure and use WebLogic Server and Oracle Traffic Director in your Java Cloud environment. 
  • Configure Oracle WebLogic Server Data sources to use Oracle Cloud Database instance. 
  • Work with WebLogic Server and Java Cloud Service security

  • Cloud Application Developers
  • Cloud Administrators
  • Define fundamental Oracle Java Cloud Service terms
  • Configure and Manage WebLogic Server, Traffic Director
  • Configure JDBC Data Sources
  • Monitor Java Cloud Service and its components
  • Manage Domain Partitions
  • Work with WebLogic Server and Java Cloud Service security
  • Java Cloud Service Overview
    • Describing the Oracle Java Cloud Service Environment
    • Explaining the 3 Java Cloud Service Types
    • Outlining Java Cloud Service Features
    • Describing the methods to interact with Java Cloud Service
  • WebLogic Server: Overview
    • Explaining the role of WebLogic Server in Java Cloud Service
    • Defining Oracle WebLogic Server terms: domain, server, cluster, Node Manager
    • Listing Oracle WebLogic Server services and management interfaces
  • Accessing Java Cloud Service Instance
    • Accessing Java Cloud Service Management Consoles and Fusion Middleware Control
    • Introducing WebLogic Server domain configuration
    • Outlining Command-line and REST API for Java Cloud Service
  • Managing Java Cloud Service
    • Viewing, suspending and deleting instances
    • Scaling Java Cloud Service instances
    • Backing up and restoring Java Cloud Service instances
    • Patching a Java Cloud Service instance
    • Managing Java Cloud Service instance using CLI and REST API
  • Monitoring Java Cloud Service
    • Describing Java Cloud Service billing metrics
    • Analyzing Java Cloud Service monitoring metrics
    • Configuring Alert Rules
    • Describing Java Cloud Service activity history
    • Reviewing Java Cloud Service service metrics
  • Working with Oracle Traffic Director
    • Listing common Load Balancer Administration activities
    • Creating Load Balancer instances
    • Enabling and disabling Load Balancer
    • Configuring Load Balancer instances
    • Applying Common Load Balancer use cases
    • Monitoring Load Balancers
  • Multitenancy and Domain Partitions
    • Describing WebLogic Server Multitenancy concepts
    • Explaining WebLogic Server Domain Partition concepts
    • Creating and Managing single Domain Partition
    • Associating Domain Partitions with Virtual Targets
    • Comparing Domain Partition Security Realm options
  • Java Cloud Service Security
    • Creating new Java Cloud Service users and assigning roles
    • Modifying user login details and roles
    • Adding custom roles
    • Contrasting Java Cloud Service, VM host, and WebLogic users
  • Understanding JDBC and Configuring Data Sources
    • Configuring JDBC Data Sources and connection pools
    • Comparing the types of data sources
    • Configuring a Generic JDBC Data Source
    • Configuring a GridLink Data Source
    • Describing common data source problems
    • Tuning a Data Source connection pool
  • Working with WebLogic Server Security Realm
    • Defining users, groups, roles, and policies for the embedded LDAP server
    • Configuring auditing and role mapping
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Java Cloud Administration

Course Overview

Increase the performance and scalability of your organization’s applications and services with the highly reliable Oracle Java Cloud and #1 Java application server.

This course provides an overview of the administrative tasks performed by a Java Cloud and WebLogic Server administrator. You'll also learn to configure Oracle Traffic Director - the high-performance and multitenant-aware load-balancer for all application traffic.

Learn how to:

  • Configure and use WebLogic Server and Oracle Traffic Director in your Java Cloud environment. 
  • Configure Oracle WebLogic Server Data sources to use Oracle Cloud Database instance. 
  • Work with WebLogic Server and Java Cloud Service security

Virtual Class
2 Days
Date
Start time
Price
Location
12-Dec-2019
2:00 PM GMT
£ 998
Online
23-Jan-2020
04:00 AM GMT
£ 998
Online
27-Jan-2020
09:00 AM GMT
£ 998
Online
3-Feb-2020
3:00 PM GMT
£ 998
Online
20-Feb-2020
01:00 AM GMT
£ 998
Online
9-Apr-2020
09:00 AM BST
£ 998
Online
9-Apr-2020
4:00 PM BST
£ 998
Online
7-May-2020
02:00 AM BST
£ 998
Online
Audience
  • Cloud Application Developers
  • Cloud Administrators
Objectives
  • Define fundamental Oracle Java Cloud Service terms
  • Configure and Manage WebLogic Server, Traffic Director
  • Configure JDBC Data Sources
  • Monitor Java Cloud Service and its components
  • Manage Domain Partitions
  • Work with WebLogic Server and Java Cloud Service security
Topics
  • Java Cloud Service Overview
    • Describing the Oracle Java Cloud Service Environment
    • Explaining the 3 Java Cloud Service Types
    • Outlining Java Cloud Service Features
    • Describing the methods to interact with Java Cloud Service
  • WebLogic Server: Overview
    • Explaining the role of WebLogic Server in Java Cloud Service
    • Defining Oracle WebLogic Server terms: domain, server, cluster, Node Manager
    • Listing Oracle WebLogic Server services and management interfaces
  • Accessing Java Cloud Service Instance
    • Accessing Java Cloud Service Management Consoles and Fusion Middleware Control
    • Introducing WebLogic Server domain configuration
    • Outlining Command-line and REST API for Java Cloud Service
  • Managing Java Cloud Service
    • Viewing, suspending and deleting instances
    • Scaling Java Cloud Service instances
    • Backing up and restoring Java Cloud Service instances
    • Patching a Java Cloud Service instance
    • Managing Java Cloud Service instance using CLI and REST API
  • Monitoring Java Cloud Service
    • Describing Java Cloud Service billing metrics
    • Analyzing Java Cloud Service monitoring metrics
    • Configuring Alert Rules
    • Describing Java Cloud Service activity history
    • Reviewing Java Cloud Service service metrics
  • Working with Oracle Traffic Director
    • Listing common Load Balancer Administration activities
    • Creating Load Balancer instances
    • Enabling and disabling Load Balancer
    • Configuring Load Balancer instances
    • Applying Common Load Balancer use cases
    • Monitoring Load Balancers
  • Multitenancy and Domain Partitions
    • Describing WebLogic Server Multitenancy concepts
    • Explaining WebLogic Server Domain Partition concepts
    • Creating and Managing single Domain Partition
    • Associating Domain Partitions with Virtual Targets
    • Comparing Domain Partition Security Realm options
  • Java Cloud Service Security
    • Creating new Java Cloud Service users and assigning roles
    • Modifying user login details and roles
    • Adding custom roles
    • Contrasting Java Cloud Service, VM host, and WebLogic users
  • Understanding JDBC and Configuring Data Sources
    • Configuring JDBC Data Sources and connection pools
    • Comparing the types of data sources
    • Configuring a Generic JDBC Data Source
    • Configuring a GridLink Data Source
    • Describing common data source problems
    • Tuning a Data Source connection pool
  • Working with WebLogic Server Security Realm
    • Defining users, groups, roles, and policies for the embedded LDAP server
    • Configuring auditing and role mapping